Celene A. Seamen, Principal
707 Salisbury Road, Columbus, OH 43204

Points of Focus

Some BRHS Statistics:

  • Student-teacher ratio of 17:1.

  • Strong college preparatory program.

  • Eleven college-level courses offered, either through Advanced Placement at Bishop Ready High School or through dual enrollment at Ohio Dominican University and Ursuline College.

  • Top 20% of seniors scored an average of 1424 on the SAT and 29.7 on the ACT.
  • Passing rate for the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) is 100% in reading, writing, social studies, and science.
  • Bishop Ready High School students perform over 10,000 hours in community service each year.

Scholarship Awards:

  • $4,552,908 awarded to the class of 2011.
  • $7,137,454 awarded to the Class of 2010.

Athletic Excellence:

  • Currently we have 66 young men and women who have earned recognition as First Team All Ohio or individual State Champions. Additionally, we have won state team titles in football, wrestling, basketball, and softball.


  • State of the art science labs opened in 1999 and activities wing (weight room, wrestling room, and band room) opened in February 2004. Distance Learning Room established spring 2009.

Advanced Placement (AP) Courses:

  • Art, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Computer Programming, Government/Politics/Economics, Literature and Composition, US History, and World History.

Honors Courses:

  • Algebra I, Algebra II-Trigonometry, American Literature and Composition, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, French III, French IV, Geometry, Human Anatomy/Physiology, Independent Study, Independent Study/Art, Literature and Composition, Modern Literature, Physics, Spanish III, Spanish IV, World History/Global Issues, and World Literature and Composition.
  • For the 2010-2011 school year, we have added Mandarin Chinese to our curiculum and are partnering with The Ohio State University and a high school in Beijing, China to help our students establish a global awareness and focus in their educational endeavors.  We currently offer Chinese not only to Bishop Ready High School students but to several elementary schools through distance learning.